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An A- Z of rhyme (Part 2)

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Anna Report 18 Jan 2006 14:41

Right! I was a silly twit! Sadly missed the alphabet bit :>( Thanks for your welcome to the thread Until tomorrow - I'm off to bed.


DorothyG Report 18 Jan 2006 15:44

V ery nice to see Anna, isn't it? So, hello, I'm here to do my bit W ell, I've had a busy day so far caught up wih chores now time for a cuppa char! X pect later you'll all be on here will see you then, when brain's back in gear!


Christine2 Report 18 Jan 2006 15:57

You've seen those long and fancy words dear Dee put on a thread 'Zooks (gadzooks) hope we needn't rhyme them it's filling me with dread


**chrispy** Report 18 Jan 2006 21:35

Anna, welcome to the thread. we are pleased to meet you as Dorothy said 'Balderdash and Piffle' comes on Monday, All about the strange words we all say. Chrissie, don't worry about using 'gadzooks '. it can be rhymed with scary spooks! Dee, I love your thread of words from long ago. Flibbetigibbet, hubristc and how about beau? Enough of pondering deep thoughts upon this thread. Time for my beauty sleep, I'm off to bed!

Nolls from Harrogate

Nolls from Harrogate Report 18 Jan 2006 22:48

Farewell dear Chrispy sleep all the night don't wake up till its quite light Goodness me how time flies don't get much time to say my goodbyes (not going anywhere really) Hurry up now the meals on the table please help yourself and eat all your able


ann Report 18 Jan 2006 23:01

Been away for far too long I can now break out in song I can hit all the highs and lows All the words come out in flow I have now had my little tune Hope to be hearing from you soon Dont know if i have been missed But i would come back with a kiss

Nolls from Harrogate

Nolls from Harrogate Report 19 Jan 2006 00:13

I have made a pot of tea Grannie Annie please join me Just a biscuit or a bit of cake I will put out on a plate Keep on eating finish up then you wash and I dry up


Anna Report 19 Jan 2006 01:22

Lovely cool morning - what a treat Magical rain has eased the heat Not much respite from the sizzling Over in Oz we're hot and grizzling.


ButtercupFields Report 19 Jan 2006 08:29

Pretty grey and glowering here Just had my coffee so feel in good cheer Question is do I move in a minute and walk to the park to hear robin and linnet Really lucky if I see the parakeets So I'd better get dressed and put boots on feet...


Unknown Report 19 Jan 2006 09:28

So here we all are, back on these threads with rhyming couplets going through our heads There's Annie back, from we know not where and Anna, Norah and BC without a care Under no duress to use large words Chrissie those from Balderdash and Piffle are good, you'd agree Chrispy Very good to see you Blossom and Dorothy I think that's all, for now, from me ;-))))


Anna Report 19 Jan 2006 11:29

Wonder if I've got this right dreaming up couplets through the night. Xactly how to fit the rhyme is doing my head in every time! You girls are all so eloquent I wonder where my brains all went Zany couplets keep on coming Bye - I'm off to use the plumbing!


Unknown Report 19 Jan 2006 15:50

Anna you are doing well lot's of news we all can tell Before you know it you'll be a bard it really isn't all that hard


**chrispy** Report 19 Jan 2006 17:02

Couldn't resist popping in and adding a verse. My little dog's heart has just been checked and it isn't any worse. Do you think that writing about a visit to the vet is not really a subject for a rhyming alphabet? Even so, I wanted to share my relief with you if you love little dogs, you will be pleased too For he is a little devil, chases squirrels up a tree, steals logs from our basket and wags his tail at me Goes out in the wind and rain as I might have said, comes in feeling cold and damp and jumps upon our bed He sits by the fridge when he feels hungry, and cries under his breath while looking up at me I hope you don't think I've gone on and on I'm just so pleased that he's OK I could burst into song!


DorothyG Report 19 Jan 2006 17:35

J ust popping on here to say 'hello' today has been busy, all go, go , go! Knocking together a Bolognese for tea would anyone out there care to join me? L ovely to hear your doggie's now well if you lived in a village you could go ring the bell!!

Nolls from Harrogate

Nolls from Harrogate Report 19 Jan 2006 20:38

Might I ask do you know how I might learn to milk a cow Now the cow we've got is very big it ambles dow and does a jig Open quick the parcel said but only found the plants were dead Postman Pat where have been no letters for me have I seen


**chrispy** Report 19 Jan 2006 21:28

Quickly look at the other thread also by Dee, Did you fall from which type of tree?


Unknown Report 19 Jan 2006 21:33

Really funny to think I came from a tree perhaps I'm related to a cheeky monkey ;-))))


**chrispy** Report 19 Jan 2006 21:39

So pleased to have fallen from a Pine Your description of me sounds quite fine


Unknown Report 19 Jan 2006 21:42

True to type, that's what I am, you know well, so I've been told, by those in the know


DorothyG Report 19 Jan 2006 21:50

U ncanny that tree reading and certainly not far from the truth - cos apparently I'm from a Poplar